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    • jbuchana11 months ago

      So, they've turned to Trump as a type of folk hero — one who can restore their sense of former glory. Exposing themselves and others to the coronavirus is part of that heroism."

      Hochschild told Khazan that in rural Kentucky, for example, financially disadvantaged White men "are starved for a sense of heroism.

      'If I die, I die. We got to get this country moving,'

      Wow...